VIDEO: TV Africa Presenters Embarrass The Network After Viciously Attacking Juliet Ibrahim On Sex Allegations

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Juliet Ibrahim’s stunning rebuttal to TV Africa presenter Akosua Sexxi attack on her relationship has garnered much support from the public. Akosua who took to the TV station to insult Juliet upon her recent relationship break up faced a very unexpected reaction from the actress. Juliet Ibrahim did not only give the presenter a piece of her mind but also exposed the TV station for allowing the presenter to execute such an assault on her.




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However, Winnie Mandela Cann aka Aba Guy Guy, who took over as host of Political Police after Afia Schwarzenegger’s departure, has attacked the actress for calling the station a ‘dead station’. In a video on Facebook, Aba Guy Guy pulled no punches as she insulted the celebrity.

Despite what truth or reality might be behind these attached, it is appalling for the TV station, TV Africa to not have intervened a put out a public statement. Obviously this war has elevated from two individuals to the TV station, of which for them to allow a woman to speak on their behalf by bringing sex allegations of parties involved in the TV station is the lowest level a tv platform in Ghana should ever go!

We all know TV lives off ratings, and in their tough economic times ratings is a must to achieve for advertisement, but TV Africa shouldn’t lose it’s integrity and intervene in the process.

See the attack below.



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